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AYER — The Honorable Judge Michael Brooks presided over the April 30 session of the Massachusetts District Court, Ayer Division, with the disposition of the following docket:

ARRAIGNMENTS

Ayer

Guy Donell: Assault and battery; continued to June 6 for pretrial hearing, ordered to stay away from the victim as a condition of release.

Shirley

Bounleng Seneth: Five counts of making a false statement to obtain a credit card, five counts of receiving stolen property over $250, five counts of identity fraud; continued to May 28 for pretrial hearing.

Townsend

Joshua S. Bradbury: Operating under the influence (third offense), negligently operating under the influence resulting in serious injury, marked lanes violation; continued to May 30 for discovery motions.

Daniel M. Sharpe: Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, failure to wear seat belt, motor vehicle lights violation; continued to May 28 for pretrial hearing.

PRETRIAL HEARINGS

Ashby

Kevin D. Chartier: Negligent operation of a motor vehicle; dismissed on payment of $500.

Joseph Vlahos: Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, speeding in violation of a special regulation; charged a $150 civil assessment.

Ayer

Seth M. Amburgey: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, uninsured motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, no inspection or sticker; continued without a finding for one year of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged a $50 victim witness fee.

Tatiana Freitas: Two counts of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, speeding in violation of a special regulation; dismissed on payment of $400.

Wendy J. Healy: Class D drug possession, speeding; continued without a finding for six months of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged a $50 victim witness fee.

Sean P. Mihalovich: Larceny from a person, assault and battery; continued to July 7 for trial; assault and battery, hearing continued to July 7.

Nathan J. Simers: Larceny over $250, found guilty; sentenced to one year of probation, charged a $50 victim witness fee, ordered to continue treatment program and enter drug court.

Dunstable

James T. MacDonald: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; hearing continued to May 4 for status.

Kenneth Reddin: Assault and battery; continued to June 30 for trial.

Brandon Rossetti: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; continued without a finding for one year of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged a $50 victim witness fee.

Groton

Lisa M. Bica: Uttering a false check, forgery of an order for money, two counts of larceny over $250; hearing continued to May 30.

Jay R. Oberman: Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery; hearing continued to May 28.

Ryan Coutu: Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation; continued without a finding for six months of probation with a $21 per month probation fee, charged a $50 victim witness fee, charged a $200 head injury assessment fee.

Michael L. Fei: Class D drug possession; continued to May 30 for motions and June 10 for trial.

Daniel P. Iodice: Operating a motor vehicle while license suspended for operating under the influence; found guilty, sentenced to 60 days in the house of corrections, charged $1,050 in fines; uninsured motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, dismissed on payment of $300.

Jeremy Whitehead: Uttering a false check, receiving stolen property under $250; continued to May 13 for trial and habeas corpus.

Pepperell

Thomas W. Collinge: Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, speeding; dismissed on payment of $200.

Justin D. Geoffroy: Negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding; continued to June 17 for trial.

Caitlin Henrikson: Assault and battery; continued to July 8 for trial.

James T. MacDonald: Breaking and entering into a building during the daytime for a felony, larceny from a building; continued to May 4 for trial.

Townsend

Richard W. Dimaria: Operating under the influence, marked lanes violation; continued to June 27 for motions and June 30 for trial.

James J. Robinson: Assault and battery; continued to July 11 for motions and July 14 for trial.

OTHER HEARINGS

Ashby

James E. Dickerson (judge hearing): Annoying telephone calls, warrant recalled; continued to July 31 to begin making restitution payments or warrant will be reissued.

Ayer

James E. Dickerson (judge hearing): Larceny by check under $250; warrant recalled, continued to July 31 to begin making restitution payments or warrant will be reissued.

David M. Murphy (probation violation hearing): Forgery of a check, uttering a false check, larceny by check over $250, uninsured motor vehicle, number plate violation to conceal ID, unregistered motor vehicle; hearing continued to May 28.

Lisa Ann Murphy (probation violation hearing): Larceny by check over $250; continued to May 28.

Groton

Lisa Ann Murphy (probation violation hearing): Identity fraud; continued to May 28.

Pepperell

James E. Dickerson (judge hearing): Two counts of annoying telephone calls; warrant recalled, continued to July 31 to begin making restitution payments or warrant will be reissued.

Seth K. Leonard (continued without a finding): Class D drug possession; continued to May 6.

Shirley

Michelle M. Marchant (continued for payment and dismissal): Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, uninsured motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle; warrant issued, cash bail set at money owed plus $75.

Lisa Ann Murphy (probation violation hearing): Uttering false writing, forgery of a check, attempt to commit a crime; continued to May 28.

Townsend

James E. Dickerson (judge hearing): Accessory before the fact, accessory after the fact; warrant recalled, continued to July 31 to begin making restitution payments or warrant will be reissued.

Kyle D. Skey (probation violation hearing): Operating under the influence; found in violation, probation terminated, one year loss of license imposed.

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